God's Power For Daily Living (4 of 12) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Getting To Know God
Dr. Stan Coffey
I. The Evidence Of God's Power
II. The Extent Of God's Power
III. The Experience Of God's Power
One of the attributes of God is the omnipotence of God, meaning the power of God. But you know God's power doesn't really relate anything to you unless it applies to your daily life. You can believe that God is a powerful God, that God has all power, He can anything and
everything, and that there is nothing God cannot do, but unless that applies to your life, it really doesn't mean very much to you. What you are interested in is to know what God's power means to you, what it means to you today, what it means to you tomorrow, what it means to you in the
years ahead, and so what we are going to talk about is God's attribute of omnipotence and then apply it to what it means to you and to me in our lives.
Jeremiah 32:17 "The prophet said, Ah, Lord God! Behold thou has made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee."
Several weeks ago I used this and said that there is nothing God cannot do. That there is no sinner God cannot save; there is no prayer God cannot answer; there is no miracle God cannot perform; there is nothing that God cannot do. When we speak of God and the power of God, we are
speaking about what the theologians call the omnipotence of God, that nothing is beyond the power of God. He is called in the Old Testament, Elohim. Elohim speaks of the almighty God or God the Almighty One; a God of unlimited power; a God who never grows tired or weary; a God
who never faces a task too difficult to handle; a God who never comes upon a problem too hard to solve; no problem that He cannot solve, no question that He cannot answer, because He is an omnipotent God. Now the power of the sun produces more energy in one second than has been
used by man in the history ...
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